High society Quai de Grenelle III sits a full 27 floors above the buzzing streets of the Eiffel Tower area. Entering into a short hallway, you’ll come first to the bathroom, which is slate-tiled and has a modish walk-in shower.
Ruling the roost Wandering along the Seine, passing bustling shops and cafés, you’ll come to this central home. Up on the sixth floor, the front door opens into a hallway, which leads past a toilet room to the master bedroom.
She walks in beauty Fascinating and mysterious, Rue AlbĂŠric Magnard is a home of true beauty. The front door faces into the sitting room, a place of ceramics and sculpture, where the rug is soft and the sofa snow-white.
Define ‘art’ In avant-garde Le Marais, long the home of artists and bohemians, Rue au Maire stays true to form. On the ground floor of a converted studio, you’ll enter straight into the sitting room from this home’s front door.
Factory settings Formerly a factory, Rue Auguste Barbier’s building is now a network of apartments and workshops. Inside, the original iron rivets, mysterious pockmarks and worn woodwork tell the story of this home’s industrial past.
At the heart This home is right in the middle of the action, just over the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. Its front door opens into a hallway, which leads past a toilet room to the kitchen, just on the right.
Bauhouse This home’s most impressive feature is its collection of 98 pieces of modern art. And when paired with angular furniture and sloping ceilings, you’ll find Rue Berthollet’s rooms are striking and shapely.
Play on Rue Bessières’ delights fill four floors. The first, at street level, is an open-plan living area, with a kitchen and dining table nearest the entrance, and a sitting area further back where soft cream sofas face a carved fireplace.
Quite the character Metres from the Moulin Rouge, Rue Blanche is quirky but surprisingly quiet. The host has a fondness for frogs, and youâ€™ll see a few in the kitchen, which is to the right of the front door.
A great work Lovingly restored original details, jewel-hued soft furnishings and vibrant canvases – it’s no secret that this Vaugirard home belongs to an artist. You enter on the fourth floor, into a long hallway.
Home comfort Exquisite original details and colourful contemporary touches give this family home real personality. You enter four floors above lively Le Marais, into a hallway with a turquoise-tiled kitchen immediately on the left.
One for the collection In the smart Louvre – Opéra area, you’ll find Rue Coquillière three floors above a particularly grand boulevard. And the interior of this art enthusiast’s home is rather impressive too.
Unique fusion It’s the Notre-Dame, the curves of the Seine and the rows of thronging restaurants that Ile de la Cité’s known for. But there’s a secret side – quiet squares and markets that only locals know.
Cool and calm Crossing first a flower-filled courtyard and then a pretty terrace, you’ll come to Rue de Belleville’s ground-floor front door. It opens into the sitting room, which feels convivial, like the streets outside.
Pretty peaceful Rue de Bellechasse’s front door opens straight off a courtyard in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Inside, a hallway leads past a toilet room and a moodily decorated study with well-stocked bookshelves and dark blue walls.
An original work With a warm colour palette, traditional touches and glimmering accessories, this home on l'île de la Cité is welcoming and calm. You enter on the first floor, just to the right of the kitchenette.
Sky-high style Entering from the private elevator into the hall, it’s clear (even before you glimpse the wraparound terrace) that this is a home with style. On the right, the hallway ends in a vertical garden.
Scale up Inside Rue de Courcelles II the furnishings come in all shapes and sizes – a giant hand doubles as a seat, coffee tables rest atop pencils, and decorative characters range from fluffy sheep to laughing cows.
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